|Death in Venice - Thomas Mann|
Translated from the German 1912 edition by Martin C. Doege for Internet use
Keywords: thomas mann; death in venice
|Death in Venice - Morte a Venezia (1971) - Luchino Visconti|
Synopsis Based on a novel by Thomas Mann, Death in Venice stars Dirk Bogarde as a German composer who is terrified that he has lost all vestiges of humanity. While visiting Venice, Bogarde falls in love with a beautiful young boy (Bjorn Andresen). The relationship is ruined by Bogardeâs obsession with the boyâs youth and physical perfection; the composer realizes that the child represents an ideal that he can never match...
Keywords: Death in Venice - Morte a Venezia (1971); Luchino Visconti
|Opera 101 with Alan Oke - Canadian Opera Company|
Join the Canadian Opera Company and CBC's Brent Bambury in conversation with tenor Alan Oke and others from the cast and creative team as they discuss Britten, operatic obsessions, rivers on stage and the search for answers to life's ultimate question. Recorded Oct. 20 at the Duke of Westminster in Toronto.
Keywords: opera; canadian opera company; death in venice; britten; alan oke; brent Bambury; coc; toronto; education and ourteach
|Benjamin Britten: Source Stories of Twelve Operas - Various|
LibriVox recording of Benjamin Britten: Source Stories of Twelve Operas by Various. Read in English by David Wales.Britten's operas are firmly established in the international repertoire: according to Operabase, they are performed worldwide more than those of any other composer born in the 20th century, and only Puccini and Richard Strauss come ahead of him if the list is extended to all operas composed after 1900...
Keywords: librivox; audiobooks; opera; prodigal son; midsummer night's dream; turn of the screw; benjamin britten; britten; source stories; little sweep; noye's fludde; burning fiery furnace; golden vanity; peter grimes; albert herring; owen wingrave; rape of lucretia; death in venice
|Lillies Or Burnt Rubber? 18-vi-2014|
Back after a four-week lay-off due to his radio station relocating to the Science Museum in Kensington, Ben Watson's radio show Late Lunch With Out To Lunch continues to continue ... with very special guest Jim MacDougall ... and an appearance by Gustav Mahler ... Long Live the AMM!!
Keywords: Late Lunch With Out To Lunch; Ben Watson; The Jim Tapes; audio esemplasm; ResonanceFM; Muddy Waters; Tiger In Your Tank; Chess; Jim MacDougall; Ape Shit; Shit Or Chocolate?; Lexington; AMM9; Swamp Dogg; Complication 5; Cuffed Collared & Tagged; Sarah Gail Brand; Peter Baxter; Paul Seacroft; Pauline Reage; Story of O; Gustav Mahler; Luchino Visconti; Death in Venice; Red Rag to Bulwark Chima Storage Tank
|Any Idiot With An Audio Recorder 21-xi-2012 - Ben Watson|
Episode of Ben Watson's Late Lunch With Out To Lunch, the long-running show on Resonance FM. It's named "Any Idiot With An Audio Recorder" after a soundfile released nine days previously on Sound Cloud by Alastair Kemp (diagnosed schizophrenic and editor of The Newhaven Journeyman "where music, madness and politics meet"). Kemp's on-the-dog-walk musings about peer pressure, semiotics and injustice are duly aired towards the end of the show...
Keywords: Audio Esemplasm; Ben Watson; Late Lunch With Out To Lunch; Resonance FM; Iris; Mordecai; Tilbury Fort; Craig Harris; Conjure Man; Black Bone; Run Home Slow; The Lost Episodes; Luden's Cough Drops; The Big Squeeze; 200 Motels; 2001 A Space Odyssey; monolith; Simon Fell; (In)articulation; Kaleidozyklen; Gustav Mahler; Fifth Symphony; Death in Venice; Iancu Dumitrescu; New Meteors and Pulsars; Ornette Coleman; Happy Hour; Virgin Beauty; Dr Feelgood; Roxette; Alastair Kemp; Schizo Strolling; James Brown; I'll Go Crazy; ReR Megacorp
|MIT 24.213 Philosophy of Film, Fall 2004 - MIT OpenCourseWare|
Instructor: Prof. Irving Singer This course is a seminar on the philosophical analysis of film art, with an emphasis on the ways in which it creates meaning through techniques that define a formal structure. There is a particular focus on aesthetic problems about appearance and reality, literary and visual effects, communication and alienation through film technology. View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/24-213F04
Keywords: Philosophy; seminar; analysis; film; art; meaning; formal structure; aesthetic; problems; appearance; reality; literary; visual effects; communication; alienation; technology; Beauty and the Beast; Welles; Orson; Citizen Kane; Allen; Woody; The Purple Rose of Cairo; Visconti; Luchino; Death in Venice; Renoir; Jean; The Rules of the Game; Hitchcock; Alfred; The 39 Steps; Lindstrom; Megahey; BBC Television; The Magnificent Ambersons; The Crime of Monsieur Lange; Le Roi d'Yveto